A compendious grammar of the current corrupt dialect of the jargon of Hindostan, (commonly called Moors)

Publication Date1796
Remainderwith a vocabulary, English and Moors, Moors and English. With references between words resembling each other in sound, and different in signification; and Literal Translations of the Compounded Words and Circumlocutory expressions for attaining the Idiom of the Language. To which are added Familiar Phrases and Dialogues. &c., &c., with notes Descriptive of various Customs and Manners of Bengal. For the use of the Bengal and Bombay Establishments. By George Hadley, formerly on the Military Establishment at Bengal
Extentvii,[1],viii,21,[3],vii,[1],124,vi,55,[4],128-229,222-229,[1]p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted for J. Sewell, No. 32, Cornhill

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